The 74th AIPH Annual Congress will take place in Almere, The Netherlands, from 27th-30th September.
Following the success of the inaugural Summit in 2019 in Beijing, the second World Ornamental Horticulture Summit will be held at Floriade Expo 2022.
Included in the Congress schedule is the Expo Conference, where AIPH-approved Horticultural Expos will deliver updates on their progress.
Tuesday 27th September 2022
09:00 – 14:00 Expo Conference
15:00 – 17:30 General Meeting
Held in The Leonardo Hotel Almere City Centre
Wednesday 28th September 2022
09:00 – 17:30 World Ornamental Horticulture Summit
Held at Floriade Expo 2022
Thursday 29th September 2022
09:00 – 17:00 Visit Floriade Expo 2022 with guided tours
Friday 30th September 2022
09:00 – 17:00 Professional visits
|74th Annual Congress (incl. conferences, visits & dinners)||€900.00|
|AIPH Expo Conference||€245.00|
|AIPH World Ornamental Horticulture Summit||€290.00|
|VIP Tours of Floriade Expo 2022||€200.00|
All prices exclude VAT which will be applied where applicable.
The Leonardo Hotel is located next to the city theatre and close to the various restaurants, cafés and shops of Almere. Many of the stylish modern rooms have views of Lake Weerwater.
The in-house restaurant, the Bierfabriek Almere, is both a restaurant and a brewery. The tables are equipped with individual taps so that you can pour your own beer without having to get up.
Single Occupancy – €140 per night including breakfast and Wi-Fi. Excluding city tax. The city tax is 5% of the room rate per night.
Double Occupancy – €155 per night including breakfast and Wi-Fi. Excluding city tax. The city tax is 5% of the room rate per night.
Leonardo Hotel, Almere, The Netherlands
With a mandate agreed by international convention, AIPH, the International Association of Horticultural Producers has been approving and regulating International Horticultural Expos since 1960.
During this conference, AIPH-approved Horticultural Expos will deliver updates on their progress.
Leonardo Hotel, Almere, The Netherlands
The AIPH General Meeting is for members only.
Dinner will be held in Almere.
Floriade Expo 2022, Almere, The Netherlands
Following the success of the inaugural World Ornamental Horticulture Summit in 2019 in Beijing, the second Summit invites professionals from around the world to the AIPH-approved World Horticultural Expo: Floriade Expo 2022 to discover the future of horticulture in the digital age.
Dinner will be held at a restaurant at Floriade Expo 2022.
With a theme of ‘Growing Green Cities’, Floriade Expo 2022 shows how horticulture can be used to provide green solutions and offer citizens a more sustainable way of life. More than 400 national and international participants showcase their latest green innovations, solutions and applications at their pavilions.
The initiatives are divided into the Expo’s four themes: Greening the City, Feeding the City, Healthying the City, and Energising the City.
To cement the Expo’s commitment to sustainability and beneficial legacy, the Arboretum area of the site will be converted into accommodation for citizens of Almere after the Expo closes. This new city district will be named Hortus.
In 1989, Tesselaar Alstroemeria was founded in Luttelgeest with two hectares of greenhouses. Today, the company is the largest alstroemeria greenhouse in Europe. With 10 hectares across three greenhouses, more than 36 million alstroemeria stems are produced annually.
Tesselaar Alstroemeria provides tailor-made products, serves a wide range of customers and is committed to sustainable cultivation. They deliver to wholesalers, retailers, supermarkets and have a cash & carry.
The company is constantly looking for improvements to make work more efficient and enjoyable. In 2021 Tesselaar switched to using covers made of 100% recycled plastic; the less waste and use of raw materials, the better. And in 2020, investments were made in 2 bundling machines to make the right bundles for the clients.
Kwekerij Bernhard has its roots in Amsterdam, having started growing cucumbers before beginning to cultivate roses in 1963.
Bernhard currently works at three locations with 200 Fte, of which 70 are permanent employees from the Noordoostpolder region. 25 million stems per year are grown at the rose location, 3 million pot orchids at the orchid location, and 5 million balcony and patio plants at the third location. The total covers 25 hectares of glass.
Since 2016 the company’s goal is to produce energy neutrally. They have invested in 40,000 solar panels and in geothermal heating.
Bij Ons is a beachside venue in the Wellerwaard, a young nature reserve in Emmeloord.
On 6 hectare modern tree nursery, J.P. van Straalen grows a wide range of Salix on stock, Euonymus, Ornamental Grasses and Bamboo, targeting the top end of the market.
The plants find their way to customers throughout Europe via the various auctions in the Netherlands and Germany, but also directly. Their clientele includes garden centres, florists, wholesalers, exporters and gardeners.
In 1975, H.C. Hoekert started with a nursery and a garden center. Due to the increase in the size of the company,, the company moved in 1986, under the name Boomkwekerij Hoekert BV, to its current location in Wezep, where the total company surface is 17 hectares.
Currently, the cultivation takes place on an outdoor area of 15 hectares of container fields, as well as 1.2 hectares of glass and 0.8 hectares of foil greenhouse. The company is engaged in the cultivation of various types of conifers, shrubs, Hebe and Calluna. On an annual basis, the company grows more than six million plants.
FloraCulture International (FCI), your gateway to global ornamental horticulture is the only international trade magazine in the worldwide ornamental sector. FCI shares knowledge, inspires, and strengthens the special and necessary cooperation within the ornamental sector by bringing people, markets and cultures together in the themes and articles.
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